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Book theatre tickets to award-winning West End shows to see for London Theatre Week

Marianka Swain
Marianka Swain

London Theatre Week, the annual celebration of the capital's incredible theatre scene, is the best time of year to book tickets for West End shows, as you'll find fantastic ticket prices available. This year, London Theatre Week runs from 21 February to 13 March, and you can book London theatre tickets now for the West End's hottest hits.

London is renowned for the quality of its theatre shows, with everything from plays and musicals to comedies and family shows celebrated with glowing reviews and numerous awards. Whether you're visiting a long-running show or a brand-new hit, you're guaranteed a great night out.

So, if you're looking for the very best ticket prices for the very best productions, check out our guide to some of the award-winning shows you can book for this London Theatre Week.

Book London Theatre Week tickets. 

Wicked - 750 - LT - 030322


This inspired retelling of the Wizard of Oz story explores the friendship between the so-called Wicked Witch, Elphaba, and Good Witch Glinda. It's won multiple Tonys, including for original Elphaba Idina Menzel, and a Grammy Award.

Book Wicked tickets during London Theatre Week from £15.

The Lion King - 750 - 030322

The Lion King

Julie Taymor's magnificent stage adaptation of the hit Disney film, featuring puppets to evoke the animals of the African Pride Lands, won five Tony Awards and two Oliviers - and has charmed generations of audiences.

Book The Lion King tickets during London Theatre Week from £25.

The Book of Mormon - 750 - LT - 030322

The Book of Mormon

Trey Parker, Matt Stone, and Robert Lopez's musical satire about Mormon missionaries in Uganda won a whopping nine Tony Awards, four Oliviers and a Grammy. Plus it's still one of the most outrageous shows in town. Check out all of The Book of Mormon London awards.

Book The Book of Mormon tickets in London Theatre Week from £25.

Frozen - 750 - LT - 030322

Frozen the Musical

The Oscar-winning Disney megahit has proved just as popular with theatre audiences in its magical stage incarnation. The Broadway production won a Drama Desk Award, and the West End production may well add some trophies this awards season.

Book Frozen the Musical tickets during London Theatre Week from £25.

Les Miserables - 750 - LT - 030322

Les Miserables

The iconic French Revolutionary musical is one of the most popular long-running shows, and has plenty of awards to its name, including eight Tonys and an Olivier for Patti LuPone's performance as Fantine.

Book Les Miserables tickets during London Theatre Week from £35.

Tina The Musical - 750 - LT - 030322

Tina: The Tina Turner Musical

Musical legend Tina Turner is celebrated in this dynamic bio-musical, following her journey from Nutbush, Tennessee, to hard-fought solo stardom. The show won Olivier and Tony Awards for Kobna Holdbrook-Smith and Adrienne Warren's performances respectively.

Book Tina: The Tina Turner Musical tickets during London Theatre Week from £25.

The Phantom of the Opera - 750 - LT - 030322

The Phantom of the Opera

Featuring a passionate love triangle, sumptuous 19th-century Parisian design and a stirring Andrew Lloyd Webber score, this enduring musical has won four Oliviers and seven Tonys. Killian Donnelly is the current West End Phantom.

Book The Phantom of the Opera tickets during London Theatre Week from £35.

Dear Evan Hansen - 750 - LT - 030322

Dear Evan Hansen

Benj Pasek and Justin Paul's stirring musical about a socially awkward teenager tapped into the anxieties of the Internet age, and duly won Best Musical at the Tonys and the Oliviers, plus a Grammy for its soundtrack. Find out more about Dear Evan Hansen's awards.

Book Dear Evan Hansen tickets during London Theatre Week from £25.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - 750 - LT - 030322

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

What a return to Hogwarts! The spellbinding theatrical continuation of JK Rowling's wizarding saga won a record-breaking nine Olivier Awards - plus a further six Tony Awards, including Best Play. Find out more about Harry Potter and the Cursed Child's awards.

Book Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets during London Theatre Week from £15.

Come From Away - 750 - LT - 030322

Come From Away

This heartfelt, funny and uplifting musical, based on a true story about residents of a small Newfoundland town who took in stranded plane passengers on 9/11, has won both Tony and Olivier Awards. Here's all of Come From Away's awards.

Book Come From Away tickets during London Theatre Week from £15.

& Juliet - 750 - LT - 030322

& Juliet 

This joyfully inventive riff on Shakespeare won three Olivier Awards, for cast members Miriam-Teak Lee, David Bedella, and Cassidy Janson, and its soundtrack is packed with pop bangers - an irresistible combination.

Book & Juliet tickets during London Theatre Week from £15.

Life of Pi - 750 - LT - 030322

Life of Pi

This remarkable adaptation of Yann Martel's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel has wowed critics and audiences alike. It's already scored UK Theatre awards, and its triumphant West End run should add to that haul.

Book Life of Pi tickets during London Theatre Week from £25.

COCK - 750 - LT - 030322


Mike Bartlett's provocative play about a gay man who develops feelings for a woman won an Olivier back in 2009 - and should spark entirely new debates now. Taron Egerton and Jonathan Bailey star; Marianne Elliott directs.

Book COCK tickets during London Theatre Week.

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